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ELLENABAD, INDIA – OCTOBER 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses during a rally at Mallekan … [+] village, Sirsa District, on October 19, 2019 in Ellenabad, India. Modi attacked the Congress, alleging that their wrong policies destroyed the nation and injustice was continuously done with Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Sanjeev Kumar/Hindustan Times via Getty
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Taiwanese electronics manufacturer HTC has launched its latest blockchain phone, the Exodus 1s, which enables users to support the bitcoin network. Unveiling the device Saturday at the Lightning Conference in Berlin, the company claimed the new product is the first smartphone to be able to run a full bitcoin node, allowing it to propagate transactions
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin A score of recently retired generals have condemned the president’s decision in Syria. ASSOCIATED PRESS Topline: Ever since Trump controversially announced that U.S. troops would withdraw from Syria, his decision has faced mounting backlash, as many former military leaders increasingly criticize the president. In a recent
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The S&P 500 index ended 0.4% lower at 2,986. The Nasdaq Composite Index finished 0.8% lower at 8,090. The DJIA ended lower by 255 points, or 0.9%, at 26,770. US benchmarks ended on the back foot, barley off from their lows on Friday while earnings took the limelight as well as a pluge in the shares of Johnson
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OANDA Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam previews the week’s business and market news with Jazz FM Business Breakfast presenter Jonny Hart. This week Jonny and Craig discuss the week’s Brexit developments ahead of the crucial vote in Parliament on Saturday, Chinese GDP figures and preview next week’s ECB meeting. [embedded content] This article is for
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The British pound is near 5-month highs ahead of Saturday’s showdown as the UK parliament is being asked to ratify the deal that PM Johnson and his EU counterparts reached to avoid a hard Brexit on October 31. The odds of Boris Johnson rallying lawmakers to support his deal are not good, but anything Brexit
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Silence speaks louder than words Clarida’s speech was the last opportunity for the Fed to push back against a cut that’s 84% priced into the market. He didn’t. Of course he offered the token ‘meeting-by-meeting’ phrase but that isn’t swaying anyone. He also highlighted low inflation which is growing into the Fed’s go-to reasoning for
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